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More and more these days, people at first sign of financial trouble consider bankruptcy as an end-all solution for their credit problems. In some circles filing for relief is considered a basic financial strategy, when worse comes to worse just file and walk away. While bankruptcy may be appropriate for some, there are other alternatives available that can help accomplish the same goal of getting you out of debt without taking the drastic step of declaring a chapter 7 or chapter 13.
And what is bankruptcy? It's a legal way for debt oppressed people to wipe slate clean or reorganize their debts and start over again. In the case of chapter 7 it's a way to legally "stiff" your creditors and start anew. In the case of chapter 13 it's a way to reaffirm your commitment to repay your debts, only this time on new terms. These are the 2 most common forms of bankruptcy used in dismissal or reaffirmation of consumer debt.
Each chapter has it's own merits but each comes with far reaching consequences that can affect you for years to come. Bankruptcy may be a viable alternative for some but before considering the drastic step of filing there are other options available. Click on the links provided for additional information.
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